KCCA Reveals Intention To Construct Over 40 Public City ToiletsOver 40 public toilets are going to be constructed in Kampala with an intention of easing congestion and promoting sanitation.
Dorothy Kisaka, the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director revealed the plans.
They will contract the toilets under the Kampala-Lake Victoria Sanitation Project (K-LVWATSAN). She revealed the development on Saturday, November 19, 2022 at Nakawa market during the marking of the World Toilet Day. This happened under the theme ‘Making the invisible visible’.
To commemorate the day, KCCA officials engaged in cleaning community sanitary facilities across the five divisions
Kisaka went on to explain how the authority in in final talk stages with the National Water and Sewerage Corporation, will assist in implementing the Kampala-Lake Victoria sanitation project.
“Through this project, over 40 modern public toilets will be constructed in all our five divisions. We are building a smart city, a transformational initiative that will change the way in which the city functions to make Kampala more inclusive, safe, sustainable, efficient, resilient. And ultimately, a better place to live, work and play,” Kisaka said.
Nakawa West MP Joel Senyonyi also commended Kisaka on the smart city initiative whichwhich will apparently transform the city.
According to the United Nations, over 3 billion people are still living with poor quality toilets. This ruins their health and pollute the environment.
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